FRANKFORT AVENUE BUSINESS ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES PARTICIPANTS OF THE 26TH ANNUAL TASTE OF FRANKFORT AVENUE PRESENTED BY PORCINI
The Frankfort Avenue Business Association announced some of the participating restaurants and business for the 26th Annual Taste of Frankfort Avenue happening Sunday, September 9 from 5-8 pm at Mellwood Art & Entertainment Center (1860 Mellwood Ave). the event will coincide with the Mellwood Art Fair. Tickets are available for $45 (general admission) or $100 (VIP Sip and Swig Room) at FrankfortAve.com.
In addition to tastings from over 20 of Louisville’s best eateries, attendees will also sample some of The Avenue’s most unique shopping destinations with pop-up shops, interactive booths, as well as fun and festive surprises for the whole family.
Participating retailers and restaurants include:
At the Italian Table
Bed and Bourbon
Coal’s Artisan Pizza
The Comfy Cow
Crave Café and Catering
Heine Brothers Coffee
The Irish Rover
Ooh La Lemon
Margaret’s Consignments and Collectibles
Midwest POS Solutions
The Silver Dollar
Urban Village Veterinary Care
Proceeds from this year’s Taste of Frankfort Avenue will benefit the United Crescent Hill Ministries. The Taste of Frankfort Avenue is also sponsored by 106.9 PLAY, Louisville Magazine, TOPS Louisville Magazine, and Logan Lavelle Hunt.
About Frankfort Avenue Business Association:
The Frankfort Avenue Business Association (FABA) is a non-profit organization that exists to enhance Frankfort Avenue as a place to do business. We work to stimulate economic development along the business corridor while developing and implementing marketing activities that promote and improve the business climate.
FABA acts as a unifying force and an advocate for solutions when issues emerge in the community, and supports the work of the neighborhood associations and charitable organizations. We help keep Frankfort Avenue looking its best through beautification programs, graffiti eradication, and landscaping maintenance.
The Association has been the backbone of the positive change that has made Historic Frankfort Avenue such a vibrant area.